Do you want to work in the field of healthcare, but do not want to spend several years in a training program? Do you think that it is impossible to find a good-paying medical career in Delaware without a degree? If you answered “yes” to both the questions, we have great news for you! In addition to earning a mean wage of $53,920 per year, LVNs only need a certificate or diploma to obtain employment in Delaware, like in other states.
If this sounds like something you would like to do, you will need to apply for a place in an LVN program. Delaware is home to several fine schools that offer these programs. LVN training typically takes a year to complete, but it may take a bit longer if you attend classes part-time.
In any case, after you graduate from your LVN program, you will be able to sit for the NCLEX-PN evaluation. After passing this evaluation, you will be licensed as an LVN in Delaware by the Delaware Board of Nursing.
The Best LVN Schools in Delaware
These are some of the best LVN programs in the state of Delaware:
Delaware Institute of Health Sciences4708 Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, DE 19808 (302) 633-4010
Delaware Skills Center1300 Clifford Brown Walk, Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 654-5392
Delaware Technical Community College100 Campus Dr, Dover, DE 19904 (302) 857-1000
Delaware Technical Community College21179 College Dr, Georgetown, DE 19947 (302) 259-6000
Polytech Adult Education823 Walnut Shade Rd, Woodside, DE 19980 (302) 697-4545
Delaware Board of Nursing
If you have any questions regarding LVN/LPN licenses in Alabama, you should contact the Delaware Board of Nursing. Here is their contact information:Delaware Board of Nursing
861 Silver Lake Blvd #203, Dover, DE 19904
Phone: (302) 744-4500
Fax: (302) 739-2711
If you are in Delaware and looking for a healthcare career that pays well and requires a minimum of training, a position as an LVN may be perfect for you.